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Name: Newswatch 12 Staff
Date registered: April 24, 2012

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  1. Wind Damages Power Lines — October 25, 2014
  2. Human Remains Found in Klamath Co. — October 25, 2014
  3. Marysville Shooting Victims in Critical — October 25, 2014
  4. Remains Belong to Missing UVA Student — October 25, 2014
  5. New York Responds to Doctor with Ebola — October 25, 2014

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Medford Schools Address Ebola Concerns

MEDFORD, Ore. – The Medford School District is addressing the risks of Ebola in Southern Oregon. While those administrators say there is no real risk at the moment, they are getting ready for anything. On Friday afternoon, Superintendent of Medford Schools, Dr. Brian Shumate, addressed the risk of Ebola in the district. The top concern … Continue reading »

President: National Guard for Ebola

(CNN) — President Obama has signed an executive order authorizing the National Guard and reservists to assist in the U.S. response to the Ebola outbreak in West Africa. More than 500 troops are already in the region and the pentagon currently has the authority to send up to 4,000. An administration official says while there … Continue reading »

Coast Guard Closure Controversy

NEWPORT, Ore. — A group trying to keep the Newport air facility open says the Coast Guard has pulled out of a community meeting to explain its actions. The Newport Fishermen’s Wives is speaking at a town hall meeting on Monday to discuss the closure. Representative Kurt Schrader is planning to attend, as well as … Continue reading »

Congressional Candidates Face Off

EUGENE, Ore. — For the first time this year, candidates for Oregon’s 4th Congressional U.S. District seat went head to head in a debate in Eugene. Incumbent Rep. Peter DeFazio a Democrat from Springfield, Pacific Green Candidate Michael Beilstein from Corvallis and Republican challenger Art Robinson from Cave Junction took the podium Wednesday night at … Continue reading »

Talent City Councilor Resigns

TALENT, Ore. — A now former Talent City Council member said she is still trying to process the request for her resignation from her position. Darby Stricker stepped down last night because she said current law states it is illegal to hold a city seat while running for another city position. She said she met … Continue reading »

Monitoring Sex Offenders in Medford

MEDFORD, Ore. — On Monday, a Medford Police Officer made contact with a man at Hawthorne Park. Once his name was run through the system, it was found he was a sex offender. With follow up questions, police found he was out of compliance and taken to jail. Failing to register as a sex offender … Continue reading »

Walking for Domestic Violence

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — Two hundred local high school football players, a Grammy award winning artists and dozens of other Klamath County residents gathered today for a walk the first of its kind. The first “Stepping Out Against Domestic Violence Walk” was held downtown in Klamath Falls Tuesday. Those who attended walked from the courthouse … Continue reading »

Boles Fire Suspect Faces Judge

YREKA, Calif. — The man accused of starting the Boles Fire in Weed on September 15 appeared before a judge for the first time on Tuesday afternoon. Ronald Beau Marshall, 24, entered a plea of not guilty on the three charges of arson he is facing during the arraignment. The judge raised Marshall’s bail, previously set … Continue reading »

Domestic Violence Awareness Walk Set

 KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — Tuesday afternoon, Klamath County residents will gather for their first ever domestic violence awareness walk. October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month and several agencies in the county are coming together to shed light on the problem in the community. 200 football players from the nearby high schools will be taking a … Continue reading »

Sheriff Meets with DHS About Fraud

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — Last month the Klamath County Sheriff’s office made a handful of unrelated arrests in which each of the suspects had things in common, including large amounts of drugs and Oregon Trail Cards. It was those arrests that prompted a meeting Monday morning with the Department of Human Services. “56 convictions, toting … Continue reading »

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